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Which bone has Two Ossification Centers?
A mass in infratemporal fossa has started eroding floor of middle cranial fossa.which structure in involved?
Best investigation for Temporal Bone fracture:
In tempormandibular joint dislocation which structure prevent the joint to go back in cavity posteriorly?
Facial nerve enters mastoid part of temporal bone via?
Facial Nerve give which branch in Temporal Bone?
Which of the following bones does NOT form part of the walls of the Posterior Cranial fossa?
Geniculate ganglion location?
Medial Canthal Ligament attachment?
Patient with right side weakness, drooling and deviation of mouth. Lesion is present at:
The pituitary gland is situated in the Hypophyseal Fossa in the Sella Turcica of the?
True about Trigeminal Ganglion?
Petrous part of Temporal bone?
Bone which develops from the Second Pharyngeal Arch is?
Nerve arising from petrous part of Temporal Bone?
The Internal Carotid Artery?
Which of the following is not supplied by 2nd division of Trigeminal Nerve:
Adults derivatives of 1st Pharyngeal Arch are all except?
After recovery from head injury, Patient suffers from Anosmia. Patient had Cerebrospinal Rhinorrhea. Anosmia is due to fracture of:
Head and Neck MCQs (Unit 5)
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